And she was only the first victim . . . “A prime mystery . . . told with Leslie Ford’s usual skill.” —The New York Times "Exciting." -- The New Statesman "Excellent Leslie Ford at top form. -- New York Herald Tribune
Author: Zenith Brown
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
She was a dangerous female, beautiful, cold-blooded, predatory. The people she lived among were the very nicest sort. Yet, strange to say, it was she who was found dead. And she was only the first victim... She was a dangerous female, beautiful, cold- blooded, predatory. The people she lived among were the very nicest sort. Yet, strange to say, it was she who was found dead. And she was only the first victim . . . “A prime mystery . . . told with Leslie Ford’s usual skill.” —The New York Times "Exciting." -- The New Statesman "Excellent Leslie Ford at top form. -- New York Herald Tribune
NOW WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY W. STANLEY MOSS'S DAUGHTER GABRIELLA BULLOCK AND AN AFTERWORD BY PATRICK LEIGH FERMOR Ill Met By Moonlight is the true story of one of the most hazardous missions of the Second World War.
Author: W. Stanley Moss
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Biography & Autobiography
NOW WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY W. STANLEY MOSS'S DAUGHTER GABRIELLA BULLOCK AND AN AFTERWORD BY PATRICK LEIGH FERMOR Ill Met By Moonlight is the true story of one of the most hazardous missions of the Second World War. W. Stanley Moss is a young British officer who, along with Major Patrick Leigh Fermor, sets out in Nazi-occupied Crete to kidnap General Kreipe, Commander of the Sevastopool Division, and narrowly escaping the German manhunt, bring him off the island - a vital prisoner for British intelligence. As an account of derring-do and wartime adventure, made into a classic film starring Dirk Bogarde, Ill Met By Moonlight is one of the most brilliantly written, exciting and compelling stories to come out of the Second World War.
A brilliant and enchanting debut novel of the love that set young Shakespeare's heart ablaze-and aroused the greatness within him.
Author: Sarah A. Hoyt
When his wife and newborn daughter are abducted and held captive by the ruler of the elves and fairies, a young Will Shakespeare must venture into a magical and mysterious realm, where an alluring elf named Quicksilver comes to his aid in his quest to rescue his family. A first novel. Reprint.
GOD (AND ELFLAND) SAVE THE QUEEN Peace reigns in Elfland.
Author: Mercedes Lackey
Publisher: Baen Publishing Enterprises
GOD (AND ELFLAND) SAVE THE QUEEN Peace reigns in Elfland. Incredibly, King Oberon and his exquisite but willful queen, Titania, are at peace with one another. But still the FarSeers of the Selieghe Court are uneasy. They fear trouble is coming to the mortal world of England, which is close to Elfhame Avalon. King Henry VIII is ageing but the futures shown when the FarSeers lift the great crystal lens are unchanged. The rule of the son Great Harry finally succeeded in begetting will bring gray lives and a misery of dull oppression to England. Worse will come if his eldest daughter comes to the throne--a queen warped by fanaticism who might easily summon the Inquisition to rule by torture and fire, burning out heresy ... and every bright aspect of life. The prize at the end of the rainbow is the possibility of a red-haired queen with lion-gold eyes, brilliant with interest and curiosity, welcoming the blossoming of art, music, and literature. But now the last image is flickering, edged in a dark menace. Years before, Prince Vidal had tried to seize the child Elizabeth and replace her with a simulacrum who would soon die. Vidal had been wounded almost to death in the attempt--but so also had Denoriel, Elizabeth's principal protector. Denoriel is now healing--but so, unbeknownst to those of the Bright Court, is Vidal. And when Vidal wakes to himself, his determination to hurl England into a new dark age is fiercer than ever, fueled by his fury over his defeat and injury. Also, his Dark Court feeds on human suffering and dark emotions. To ensure his own power, he must at all costs prevent Elizabeth from coming to the throne. To gain this goal, Vidal has set in motion a plan of which Denoriel and his comrades are dangerously unaware. . . . At the publisher's request, this title is sold without DRM (Digital Rights Management).
Walking death, they're called. And those horrible macadamia trees. But their real names are Whig, Mary Jane, and Quetzalcoatl, just to name three of them. Trees don't walk. But here they do. In ILL MET BY MOONLIGHT they walk, they kill, they eat people, and then they- Nope. Telling you more would spoil the fun. Welcome to this horror collection about the walking macadamia nut trees of Hawaii. Believe it or not, you're going to laugh. A new addition to the humorous horror genre. Enjoy.
The night on which the lovers were to meet in this wood , as Titania was walking
with some of her maids of honour , she met Oberon attended by his train of fairy
courtiers . “ Ill met by moonlight , proud Titania , ” said the fairy king . The queen ...
I will meet you , ” said Lysander , “ in the wood a few miles without the city . ... of
her maids of honour , she met Oberon , attended by his train of fairy 6courtiers , “ Ill met by moonlight , proud Titania , ” 156 SHAKESPEARE AND MILTON
I will meet you , ” said Lysander , “ in the wood a few miles without the city ; in that
delightful wood , where we have so often walked with Helena in the pleasant
month of May . " To this ... Ill met by moonlight , proud Titania , ” said the i fairy
The wood, in which Lysander and Hermia proposed to meet was the favourite
haunt of those little beings known by the name of Fairies. Oberon the king, and
Titania the queen of the ... attended by his train of fairy courtiers. “Ill met by moonlight ...
The wood in which Lysander and Hermia proposed to meet was the favourite
haunt of those little beings known by the name of Fairies . Oberon the king , and
... Ill met by moonlight , proud Titania , ” said the fairy king . The queen replied ...
proposed to meet , was the favourite haunt of those sittle beings known by the
name of Fairies . Oberon the king ... Ill met by moonlight , proud Titania , ” said the
fairy king : The queen replied , " What , jealous Oberon , is it you ? Fairies , skip ...
Ill met by moonlight, proud Titania. Tita, What, jealous Oberon 7 Fairy, skip hence
; I have forsworn his bed and company. Obe. Tarry, rash wanton : Am not I thy
lord 1 Tita. Then I must be thy lady : But I know When thou hast stoi'n away from ...
Myro . “ Ill Met by Moonlight . ” Variety , March 20 , 1957 . PJD . " Ill Met By Moonlight . ” Monthly Film Bulletin , December 1956 , p . 63 . Richards , Peter . “ Ill Met By Moonlight . ” Film Comment , March 1995 , pp . 37 - 40 . Thompson ,
Author: Scott Salwolke
Category: Performing Arts
Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger successfully collaborated on 16 films over a period of 15 years, most often with their identities united as the Archers. To their credit are such classics as Black Narcissus, The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, The Red Shoes, and The Tales of Hoffman.
Although Micheál mac Liammóir is best known as an actor and, with Hilton Edwards, founder of Dublin's Gate Theatre, he was also an artist and stage and costume designer of great talent and an accomplished playwright.
Author: Micheál Mac Liammóir
Publisher: CUA Press
Although Micheál mac Liammóir is best known as an actor and, with Hilton Edwards, founder of Dublin's Gate Theatre, he was also an artist and stage and costume designer of great talent and an accomplished playwright. The present selection contains five of his plays as well as some of his writings 'On Plays and Players,' and a bibliographical checklist. Contents: Where Stars Walk, Ill Met by Moonlight, The Mountains Look Different, The Liar, and Prelude in Kazbek Street
An you should do it too terribly , you would and meet me in the palace wood , a
mile without the fright the duchess and ... We will meet ; and there we may
rehearse voice so , that I will roar you as ... Ill met by moonlight , proud Titania .
I pray you, fail me not. Bož. We will meet; and there we may rehearse ... Farewell,
thou lob of spirits; I'll be gone: Our queen and all our elves come here anon. Puck
. The king doth ... Ill met by moonlight, proud Titania. , 60 Tifa. What, jealous.
Ill Met by Moonlight LESLIE FORD ILL MET BY MOONLIGHT Collins Crime Club
1937 artist : unknown Ill Met by Moonlight is the novel in which Leslie Ford
introduces Grace Latham and teams her for the first time with Colonel John
Author: John Cooper
"This beautiful book will prove irresistible to both serious collectors of detective fiction first editions as well as to lovers of the artwork of the 1920s, 30s and 40s. A nostalgic survey of the artwork of detective fiction dustwrappers, it features intriguing chapters such as 'Damsels in Distress', 'Murder on the Move' and 'Pastimes in Purgatory'." "Lavishly illustrated with a 12 page colour section and over 300 large black and white illustrations, this book provides a unique opportunity to see first edition dustwrappers rarely available to the public. The wrappers are fully described, dated with credit to the publisher and the artist, if known. A wide range of famous detective writers is represented along with their detectives. Included in this fascinating volume is a chapter devoted solely to the artists, a consideration of their styles, and references to further examples of their work."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Ill - met by moonlight , proud Titania ! TITANIA . What , jealous Oberon ! OBERON
. Ill - met by moonlight , proud Titania ! TITANIA . What , jealous Oberon ! Voices ,
still repeating themselves , fade . Cackling of hobs rises . CHANGELING .
Author: Angela Carter
Publisher: Dufour Editions
People and animals are never what they seem. Men turn into werewolves in Angela Carter's classic play The Company of Wolves (now turned into a film). A beautiful girl turns out to be a vampire in Vampirella, a Transylvanian fable shadowed by the Great War. Meanwhile, Puss in Boots is out on the tiles, in a breathless entertainment. In Come Unto These Yellow Sand Carter takes you inside the eerie paintings of Richard Dadd ' to hear the beings within - the monsters produced by represssion - squeak and gibber and tell the truth'. In her introduction Angela Carter discusses the problems and delights of writing for radio: 'Radio retains the atavistic lure, the atavistic power, of voices in the dark, and the writers who gives he words to those voices retains some of the authority of the most antique tellers of tales'. The book includes nine reproductions of pictures by or of Richard Dadd.